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Timeless wisdom from the experts on KPIs & Performance Measurement.
The Librarian

Webinar: “Gain perspective and improve your business with KPI Dashboards”

Posted by The Librarian over 6 years ago, 0 comments
Improving business performance is about knowing where you where, are and are going to be in relation to your business goals and targets. Measuring business metrics or Key Performance Indicators is about measuring your progress towards these goals.
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Klaasjan Doeswijk

The Mayans were wrong … so what now?

Posted by Klaasjan Doeswijk over 6 years ago, 3 comments
The Mayans predicted that the world would come to an end of December 21, 2012. It turned out the Mayans were wrong. The world is still here so what now? It’s time to look ahead. 2013, a new year with new challenges but also new possibilities. Or according the Mayas even a new era.
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Stacey Barr

Why Measures Don’t Have to be Precise

Posted by Stacey Barr over 6 years ago, 6 comments
With the help of Doug Hubbard, author of “How to Measure Anything”, we’ll explore why you can abandon the pursuit of perfectly accurate data and measures.
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Erik Hoffmann

Trust data instead of your intuition

Posted by Erik Hoffmann over 6 years ago, 0 comments
We overlook data, and we do not trust it. Instead we humans prefer to operate based on intuition. This may work in life-threatening situations as coming across a mountain lion. It does not work when we try to plan or otherwise organize.
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Phil Green

The Curse of Kelvin

Posted by Phil Green over 6 years ago, 0 comments
People wrongly interpret Kelvin’s comment to mean, “If you cannot measure it, you are ignorant.” But this is not what he meant. Kelvin was talking specifically about the physical sciences. He was making a passing remark, not stating a generable principle of measurement that was applicable to fields outside the physical sciences.
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Klaasjan Doeswijk

Why time stamping is key for analytical and tactical reports and dashboards

Posted by Klaasjan Doeswijk over 6 years ago, 0 comments
Daniel Senter recently published an article on the Process Excellence Network clarifying the difference between operational versus tactical and analytical reporting. And that it is time for Business Intelligence managers to understand the difference so they can help organizations/ the business to decide on the type of reporting needed and how the information is to be used to determine data refresh frequencies, metrics for analysis and reporting type. The title of his article is therefore ‘If you want real time dashboards? Make sure you know when to use them’.
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